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Outreach Dinners Served Up Again

We’re baaaaaack! The Giving Circle Outreach sweet ladies and Jack had our first Thursday night street outreach dinner. Twenty to twenty-five street friends stopped by to say hi and have dinner. Thanks to Peggy and Clyde and @starpoint.church for providing the 1st meal! Will do better with pictures next week, Melissa is on duty. Thanks […]

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Spring Yard Clean Up For Seniors

Calling all Saratoga area friends!! Please consider joining us with OUR SPRING YARD CLEAN UP FOR SENIOR CITIZENS. We’re partnering with the Senior Citizens Center of Saratoga to help our senior neighbors get their yards ready for Spring. And we’ll be doing much more for them, with smiles and warm feelings, by showing them that […]

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Return of Thursday Dinners

Return of Thursday Dinners The Giving Circle Outreach Team is starting dinners again this Thursday night. We could use men’s jeans, hoodies, graphic Ts, and backpacks. Let me know and will gladly come pick up. Thanks!!

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Our Ron Is Honored For Fighting Hunger

VERY proud of my brother, Ron Deutsch as he was honored Monday, April 8, by the Hunger Action Network of New York State for his many, many years of fighting hunger. In addition to being an effective advocate, Ron served as President of TGC for a long time. Also honored that evening was Steve “Sully” […]

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Liam’s Summit Clothing Goes Big Time

Liam Rice is our brother and TGC board member. He’s been doing great things with his clothing business and helping The Giving Circle at the same time. All this and he’s just 21! And he’s got coverage in our local paper, The Saratogian. From The Saratogian, April 9, 2019 Edition: “SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — Local […]

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Help Us Sponsor a Teacher!

The average teacher in Uganda is among the lowest paid of professions. In the main city of Kampala where there are better-funded schools, teachers can make $127 per month or $1,533 per year. In most of the country and outside of the main city, including our 2 schools, where teachers can make as little $41 […]

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